Our goal is to educate female inmates for greater responsibility and empathy through the rescue and training of shelter dogs to be adopted by the public. The women who participate in the program are given an opportunity to earn certifications that could aid in job opportunities after prison release.
We need to build our financial base to continue to bring in more dogs and to offer more scholarships to parolees.
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Rehabilitation inmates, support of dogs from entry into the program, through their training, adoptions, and beyond. Inmates learn how to train the dogs in basic obedience skills, but the women in prison also have an opportunity to learn intangible life skills such as patience, empathy, responsibility, trust, accountability, and compassion. These are skills they bring with them into their families and communities after their release from prison.
Other grants, individual donations, fundraisers, and adoption fees.
We have previously applied for a grant(s).
We have previously received $29,500 in grant funds.
We have a copy of our previously written grant application(s).
Park Foundation, Latham Foundation, Brown Foundation, On Shore Foundation, National Charities Christian League
We do not have a fundraising packet.
We have an agency mission statement: We educate female inmates for greater responsibility and empathy through the rescue and training of shelter dogs to be adopted by the public. The women who participate are given an opportunity to earn certifications that could benefit them for job opportunities after prison release.